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UK researcher identifies just 8 patterns as the cause of all humor

...ion or property. Then there's opposition, in which we take the unit and turn it against itself, such as can be seen in a mirror image or if we turn an arrow back to point in the other direction, producing a pattern of symmetry. However, while all the patterns are relatively simple in structure the activity...

Montana State researchers study spread of lake trout in Glacier National Park

...iked to 17 lakes on the west side of the park. In addition to the previously-mentioned lakes, they counted fish and collected samples in Akokala Lake, arrow Lake, Cerulean Lake, Lake Isabel, Lincoln Lake, Middle Quartz Lake, Trout Lake, Upper Kintla Lake and Upper Lake Isabel. To get to those lakes, Me...

Drunken elephants: The marula fruit myth

... may be responsible for "tipsy" behavior. Elephants also eat the bark of the marula tree, which is home to a beetle pupae traditionally used to poison arrow tips. ...

Harnessing genomic research

...andard' strain. Scientists from the Universities of Cambridge, Newcastle and Oxford and University College London have been working with their partner arrow Therapeutics to combat this costly and dangerous livestock and human disease. The highlights of the research programme are being presented to Par...

Brain activity related to processing faces is similar in people with, without autism

... faces (social items) and were asked to report the direction of the central arrow or central face by pushing a left or right button. Participants were sh... and faces were oriented in the same direction. At other times, the central arrow or face was in the opposite direction. The test with arrows alone had b...

Researchers use brain scans to predict behavior

...ology. Eleven seconds before volunteers played the game -- discriminating the direction of a field of moving dots -- scientists showed them a hint: an arrow pointing to where the moving dots were likely to appear. The dots were visible only for one-fifth of a second and therefore were easy to miss if a sub...

Plankton can run, but can't hide from basking sharks

...t night but at other times reversing this behaviour in an attempt to throw some of their predators (eg fish larvae and predatory invertebrates such as arrow worms) off their trail. However, this study shows that basking sharks seem to have rumbled them. As well as shedding new light on behavioural strat...
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